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The University of Nottingham have launched a new scheme called the Building Enterprise Programme, which aims to support social enterprises - and as part of it, they are offering half-day workshops focusing on different aspects of organisational development.
The University of Nottingham have launched a new scheme called the Building Enterprise Programme, which aims to support social enterprises - and as part of it, they are offering half-day workshops on 'Getting more value from social media' and 'stories in a digital world'.
Held by the Nottingham-based charity Harmless, this training course is an opportunity for professionals to get a detailed overview of self-harm and working with self-harm.
Aaron is 24, and works part-time in retail. He has a degree in marketing management from Manchester University.
As we head towards the end of January, the year-long video campaign that we're running at Nottingham CVS to celebrate our 140th birthday has been continuing apace - with one of our latest clips showing Councillor Graham Chapman, Deputy Leader of Nottingham City Council, praising the work of NCVS and the local voluntary sector.
Places are still available on a forthcoming NCVS training course that aims to explain everything you need to know about what being a trustee involves.
Nottinghamshire Advice Network (NAN) and Mansfield CAB have been funded by the Big Lottery Fund to create a directory for a number of services, including food banks.
Nottinghamshire Cricket Board have announced details of a new community cricket scheme that's set to launch in Nottingham city in early February.
Closing date: 5pm on 20 February.
In this latest instalment of our ‘Spotlight on...’ feature we focus on ChaNGe - an advice centre based in Nottingham city centre that provides help for people who have financial problems...
Based on the outskirts of Mansfield, the Jerry Green Dog Rescue re-homes stray and unwanted dogs - and they are looking for a volunteer who can help with fundraising and building awareness of the charity.
The Royal British Legion provide a range of support to ex-service personnel and their families - and they are looking for volunteers to carry out a 'meet and greet' role at various drop-in services that they run around Nottingham.
The Thomas Helwys Baptist Church in Lenton runs a club every Tuesday for children to attend after they have finished school - and they are looking for volunteers who can who assist with sports games of craft activities, prepare drinks and snacks or offer homework support.
The Muslim Community Organisation is working in partnership with Age UK Nottingham and Nottinghamshire in providing a befriending service, and they are looking for volunteers who can pay regular visits to isolated older people.
Self Help Nottingham and Nottinghamshire are looking for volunteers who can support vulnerable people in a number of ways - such as accompanying them to appointments or attending support groups with them.